Participants collaborate and connect with partner yoga. Perfect for team building.
Relieves neck & back tension.
Happier moods; boost blood levels of serotonin, dopamine and endorphins – three natural feel-good brain chemicals.
Help fight depression and anxiety disorders by increase amino acid GABA.
Open up creative possibilities and ways to balance work and life.
“University of Illinois Researchers found that following yoga practice the participants were better able to significantly improves working as it improves memory, speed, focus their mental resources, process information quickly and more accurately and also learn, hold and update pieces of information more effectively than after performing an aerobic exercise bout.” telegraph.co.uk
The yoga can be done on the floor or even on chairs if there isn’t a lot of available room.
The group can be as small as 5 people, where each participant can receive a lot of personal attention in adjustments and posture modifications.
Email us (info at aqubalance3 dot com) for more info and we will sent you a poster which will help to make it easier for you to talk to your colleagues and HR department.
“what an AWESOME way to start the week! Thanks so much Adam. This was my first class, and I definitely would recommend this class to anyone- even those who are little shy to try! ” Amandine
“Excellent. Adam makes you feel very good about yourself, no matter what skill level you are at.” Laura McGrath
“Exactly what I had hoped it would be. Nice mix of challenging poses and quiet meditation.” Anna Walsh
Think of this video blog as a mini-trip to satisfy your wanderlust for adventure and experimenting with new strange/exotic foods. Or perhaps it might instead strike you as more of a crash course in yoga, healing and self-love meditation. Either way, you will undoubtedly enjoy this kindness video diary concentration!
Each week video blog Adam Quang will challenge him self to use yoga ancient art (originally designed for bodies that squatted and sat on cushions from 3300 BC – 1700 BC) by redesigning it to adapt to our chair-sitting/ high-heel wearing industrialized lifestyles of today, by deconstructing the mystique of the yoga pose and presenting it in simple movements and terminology.
The goal is to make it accessible to everyone, including people with limited mobility (i.e. problems that are caused by sitting at the computer) and therefore, exercises are structured to reduce pain and discomfort, while focusing on prevention and healing.
“my mother, she used to suffer from arthritis and was doing Aqua Fitness classes five days a week to no avail. Once she began taking your class on a regular basis she was able to lose weight and no longer suffers from arthritis” Maritza S.
Side benefits include:
– stronger core muscles
– stronger back
– happier mood
–energized & relaxed.
(click here for more)
When: Tuesday & Thurday
2 pm to 3 pm
–Performing Arts Lodges
110 The Esplanade, Toronto ON.
“Wow. I experienced my first couple yoga and I can say that I’m closer to my partner than ever. It was a new experience and it pushed me harder than doing yoga on my own. I highly recommend this to all couple.” Jen A.
Partner yoga utilizes two people in a yoga pose, both partners mutually receive the benefits, in a safe and supported environment where the the experience fosters trust and strengthens communication, both verbal and non-verbal. Making this one of the best team-building exercises around.
Ideal for any two people and not just for couples. Co-worker, friend or life partner, LGBTQIA welcome. Info and benefit…
Mindfulness in an urban landscape
Slowing down, find meaning, be.
“Thank you for a great and supportive class!” Anna
Relieving neck & shoulder stiffness, while meditate on finding balance and peace in our daily life. Click here for more info…
Jan.14 to Feb.11 / Feb.18 to Mar.18 ♦ Thursday
Jan.16 to Feb.13 / / Feb.20 to Mar.20
Time: 6 to 7pm
Cost: $12 drop-in ($50 / 5 class)
Location: Downtown Toronto
Pre-register and invited only (Drop-in are always welcome for regular client with RSVP 2 hours before via phone or text)
Yogis of all levels and skill are welcome, including beginners. The class will be held in YOGA BOUTIQUE, a casual environment. Class size are limited to 2-5 people, student get more personal attention and posture correction. A “Back to Basic” style of yoga.
Hurry only 5 spots are available RSVP NOW for your spot.
I attended Adam’s Meditation & Neck and Shoulder Care class a couple of weeks ago and must say that it was a delightful experience. Adam takes the time to address each student’s concerns and creates a wonderful & soothing atmosphere. The small class sizes make for an intimate experience that one may not get in a large studio. I would definitely recommend this class to anyone interested in meditation, especially those just starting to incorporate it into their lives.
Adam Quang work as a yoga therapist, specializing in building back muscles and improving flexibility. Over the past thirty years, he has been sharing and practicing the art of meditation. Adam is a registered yoga instructor with the Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 Master level certification and has been teaching yoga since 1994.
Would you like to be the one who started the ‘kindness’ domino effect, a
love of self and towards a fellow human being?
Want to create a better place for us to live?
Join us in creating a pop-up shop for an art installation called “1000 Acts of Kindness” in Toronto.
1000 Acts of Kindness project uses 1000 origami cranes and social media to impact the world, by combining creativity with a heart to help others through one compassionate act at a time. This creates a kindness ripple effect for the betterment of ourselves and makes the people around us “awesome.”
As a Canadian, we want to show the world how awesome we Torontonians really are by using paper cranes to inspire others to create a ripple effect of ‘kindness.” By combining creativity with heart, we want to help others in creating ’1000 Acts of Kindness’ and try to make the world a better place, one compassionate act at a time.
We currently have 14 installations happening at Marimekko EQ3 across the US Canada (NYC, Beverly Hills, Boston, Cambridge, Vermont and the Palo Alto, CA. Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Brossard) from August 13th to September 9th, 2013 [ click here to see #1000ActsofKindness locations ]
Adam Quang brings 1000 acts of random kindness to NYC, Beverly Hills, Boston, Cambridge, Vermont and Palo Alto, Emeryville, CA,Toronto, Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Brossard from August 12th to September 9th, 2013
1000 Acts of Kindnessuses cranes to inspire us to create a ripple effect, making the world a better place one compassionate act at a time. Our hope at World Karma Project is that the cranes inspire 1000 acts of kindness that resonate into the world. Spreading kindness creates a ripple effect for the betterment of ourselves and makes the people around us “awesome.”
Just got an email from John Colins <firstname.lastname@example.org>, I did a search and found Elizabeth Danyl in the UK got the exactly same email.
Don’t give out your personal information including you postal code (if you curious, give out a Downtown address) spread the word and warn other yogi!
How are you doing today?I want a private lessons for my daughter,Mary. Mary is a 13 year old girl, home schooled and she is ready to learn. I would like the lessons to be in your home/studio. Please I want to know your policy with regard to the fees,cancellations, and make-up lessons. Also,get back to me with the total fees for three months worth of lessons(one-hour lesson in a week)starting from July 18th . Looking forward to hearing from you.